It being Brighton there was, in addition to the obligatory school trip, a parade of foreign exchange students, from France I think, all carrying their rucksacks at just the same height as my children's heads **sigh**
The new jellyfish disco is cool with its coloured lights but mirrors are cleverly placed to make it appear bigger than it really is. The exit through the gift shop has been altered making it harder to avoid the £3.00 for 30ps worth of sweets and other plastic rubbish which seems odd considering the conservation talk.
When you consider we joined the National Trust for only a few pounds more for the whole year earlier this week and the Museums and Galleries in London available for free I felt today was very expensive. We saw everything and it only took 2 hours.
It was way to cold to hang around much after. E's teethe were chattering! So we picniced in the car by the sea. I suggested calling into Bramber Castle or Shoreham Airport on the way home but it started raining and O fell asleep and no one seemed keen.
S is totally absorbed by "How to Train your Dragon" at the moment she has the audio book on in her bedroom and the car constantly!
The memory stick file in the car is copied from an old recording and at the start it says "CD3" E made me feel really old when he said "What's a CD?"